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There’s nothing we love more than taking photos of our furry friends. After all, that’s how the whole concept of WildPaws began...

In the summer of 2014, we went on a short break to Oxfordshire with our pup, Wilbur. With the beautiful scenery and Wilbur’s model good looks (and patience!)  we started to wonder whether we could work as pet photographers for a living. What started out as a dream began to come into fruition with the help of the Prince’s Trust in 2015 and here we are...


Wilbur in Sea: WildPaws Pet Shop Ambassador


Are you interested in having your pet professionally photographed? We can help!

Why choose us?


We are big animal lovers so we know how overwhelming new situations can be to our pets. We will always make sure your pet feels safe and happy - no matter how long it takes.

We work with only the best and up to date equipment. We use a Canon 700D and Canon 1100D and edit on Adobe Photoshop. We also have various backdrops, lighting and other equipment so whether you would prefer a naturalistic outdoor photo or a portrait style - we can do both.

We have both been awarded distinctions from the Shaw Academy in our Diplomas in Photography and have worked on varying jobs as event photographers.


We specialise in pet photography and are able to turn your pet photographs into canvas prints, greetings cards, prints and much, much, more!

We love to take photos and continuously try to improve our skills with more challenging tasks. Check out our Gallery page to see our portfolio of photographs.

Paisley on Her First Holiday: WildPaws Pet Shop Ambassador


We recognise that every job is different so we offer bespoke packages starting from the amazing price of just £75. Simply contact us via email at [email protected] and tell us what you’d like for an instant quote!

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